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Intel is apparently getting ready to launch three new CPUs for its desktop LGA1155 platform, with the strange quirk that these will not contain the mainstay of the Sandy Bridge design since its inception, the integrated graphics core.
Many persons give up their hobbies or even aspects of their work or chores as they age. While arthritis in their fingers and hands may be one reason they don't build model cars or quilt any more, for most boomers and seniors, it's because of vision changes. As we age, we tend to need more light and more magnification to see clearly and sometimes even our prescription lenses don't quite measure up to what we need for hobby work.
Knowing how much I love gadgets, my family members always try to find a gadget I've never seen or used before. No offense to the others, whose Christmas gifts were thoughtful and novel, but there was one gift from my sister that I have searched for, for years, I'd like to tell you about... a travel thermos that keeps my coffee hot for a few hours and that doesn't spill all over my car if I make a quick turn.
AMD appears to be preparing to launch some new eight-core processors under its existing Phenom II brand, but these might not be the godsend that AMD fans have been waiting for since the release of the AMD FX.
The rumors are out - Apple is apparently getting ready to put out a junior model of its well-known tablet computer sometime in 2012.
In the future, maybe not too distant, diabetics may be able to monitor their glucose levels continuously, rather than at one point in time, thanks to the researchers from North Carolina State University, Sandia National Laboratories, and the University of California, San Diego. These researchers have incorporated sensors into multiple microneedles, each less than a millimeter long, that may make today's glucose analyzers, the annoying skin prick tests, obsolete.